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Business Partnerships

 Business Partnerships

Businesses play a key role in helping low-income families break the cycle of poverty and make lasting change in their lives. And while Hopelink’s business partnerships help raise much-needed funds and in-kind donations, they also serve to raise the profile of our business partners in the community.

Over the past two years, more than 900 businesses have partnered with Hopelink to support a wide range of activities, from employee food drives to event sponsorships and grant funding. So whether your company is a large, international corporation or a small, family-run business, there is a valuable waiting for you at Hopelink.

How can I partner with Hopelink?

Link your business with Hopelink as a sponsor of our consistently successful events and community campaigns.

Sponsorship benefits are catered to individual sponsors and specific recognition level descriptions are available at your request. Sponsorship and underwriting opportunities for additional Hopelink fundraising activities are also available.

For more information please contact Pam Cabrera at or 425.897.3718.


onnect your employees and co-workers with direct, hands-on community drives or activities.

Employee engagement is simple: employees are encouraged to bring food or funds and deposit them in collection receptacles in their office or donate online via a Web page customized just for your company. Hopelink also encourages employers to match employee giving.

Employee campaigns are a great way of getting people involved in helping those in need who live in our community. This program emphasizes that each individual can help make a lasting change in our community. Employee engagement also raises employee morale and creates a culture of giving within your organization.


Many companies, small and large, have formed corporate foundations to channel their giving through formal, tax-deductible cash contributions and grants.

Private and corporate foundations are an invaluable source of support to Hopelink programs and services. With generous grant awards from many foundations, Hopelink is able to continue helping families move from crisis to increased self-sufficiency.

Hopelink could not provide the services it does without the generosity and support of grants from businesses, family foundations and organizations. For more information, please contact Elaine Srinivas at (425) 869-6029 or



How do I get more information?

We would love to talk with you about how your business can make a difference and improve our community. For more information please contact Pam Cabrera at 425.897.3718 or